Posts Tagged ‘print’

ERMS ‘Everything Begins with An E’ – show print now available

June 7, 2012

Erms solo show, ‘Everything Begins with an E’ is now in full swing @ Art-el and the show print ‘Crime!’ is now available the Art-el website at £60.00.  It is a 4 colour screen print on 300gsm Fabriano paper, signed, numbered and dated measuring 35cm x 45cm.  Each has been printed slightly differently so are listed individually.

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Advent Opening – 4th Dec

December 6, 2009

What a night!

It was a quiet start which did cause a little anxiety as the 2 degree gallery space is pretty well unknown and off the beaten track!

But people did find us and the gallery and the evening saw a constant flow of people.  The space was really well received as was the art work on display which, as we were showcasing some new and different artists, gave us all a very warm feeling inside.

We were particularly pleased to welcome Pedro Matos a Portuguese artist who actually made the journey to be at the opening night.  It was really good to meet him and his girlfriend and were stoked that they could be there – thanks guys.

It was a particularly bleak evening on the weather front and we would like to thank everybody for turning out and making Friday such a great night – the mulled cider and flaming brazier certainly helped.  And many people hung around despite the weather evening after we shut the doors for the night.

Here are a few snaps of the evening – the show is open until the 20th December Wed – Sun 11am to 7pm so if you couldn’t make it on Friday or even if you did but want to come and have another gander there is plenty of time to pop along.

For those of you who are unable to make please take a look at the attched pdf document (click on the word advent below) and if anything takes your fancy drop us a line at all@art-el.co.uk.

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Without You Baby There Ain’t No Us

June 10, 2009

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There is a great project taking place at the Scope Art Fair in Basel this week. 

Without You Baby There Ain’t No Us, is a project from Swiss Artists Admir Jahic and Comenius Roethlisberger (The Invisible Heroes). The project has been exhibited in NY, Miami, Kuwait and following Basel, shows are scheduled for Paris, Hamburg and LA before the end of the year. Each exhibition employs a different research and selection criteria.

At the Scope Art Fair, the pair speaks of crisis by referring to passion and absurd commitment to a joyous idea, by recreating 604 rendered frames from the video Star Wars kid, which has experienced more than 13 million views on YouTube. All 604 will be on display at the Scope Art Fair in Basel as of Monday June 8th, 2009. 

Project Details:

In an attempt to disrupt the haphazard collection of archived videos that YouTube has become, artist duo Comenius Roethlisberger and Admir Jahic transformed the visual (and virtual) language of “broadcasting” into a physical medium by producing illustrations on heavy handmade paper and recreating virtual references by allowing elemental art materials to do what they do best and add to the confusion.

Each drawing is 21 inches x 31 inches / 56cm x 76cm and based on a rendered freeze-frame, complete with video title, user ratings and number of views.

The resulting collection is both distressing and humorous in its ability to highlight our often vulgar predilections.

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=07A8eDoCD6U

Watch this sequence of 604 drawings, download project descriptions, artist info and hi – res images at:

http://www.nonewenemies.net

You can view work and installations from  previous exhibitions of this project at:

http://www.withoutyoubaby.com

TEMWA – Art For Africa 23/04/09

April 16, 2009
Art For Africa event flyer.

Art For Africa event flyer.

After a successful event in July 2008, Temwa is back with: ‘Art for Africa’ Street Art Auction.

Featuring some of Bristol’s world-renowned street artists, this exciting event will raise money for Temwa’s sustainable community-based projects in Malawi, Africa…

And if that wasn’t enough, revellers will also be entertained by classic soul, funk and hiphop from the Monster Piece DJs and The Disco Two.
Entry is free and raffle tickets cost just £1.00 each….
All art works has been donated and it is only through the generosity of our supporting artists that we are able to organise what will be an exceptional evening. Remember, 100% of proceeds raised will go directly to Temwa.
About Temwa:
Temwa’s objective is to help build a sustainable future for the people of Malawi through community-based projects. Temwa is working with the people of Malawi, enabling them to become self sufficient and giving them hope for their families’ futures.

For more information about Temwa please visit http://www.temwa.org

69 Show Comes Together

March 10, 2009

What a day.

The day started at 11ish, laying out the art work where we intended to hang it. The art went up, and came back down again, got moved, went up and came back down again. This happened for most of the morning and well into the afternoon.

Then after a red bull or two, not only did we get wings but some inspiration too and the pieces started flying up. 12 hours later most of the show was hung, phew.

Looking forward to putting the finishes touches together tomorrow and throwing open those doors.

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Coming Together

New Gallery To Hit Bristol

March 8, 2009

Well this is the week that the all brand new Wilder Street Gallery throws open is doors to the public. Located at 131-133 Wilder Street, St Pauls Bristol, he building, Co2Zero, is a work of art in itself. The scheme is heavily ECO biased and is the first zero carbon live/work developement in the UK.

We have been working very hard co-curating the opening group show “69”.

69 group show flyer

69 group show flyer

Opening night is on Tuesday the 10th of March namely because this happens to be the 69th day of the year, featuring artists including Mr Jago, Inkie, Joeseph Loughborough, Dr.d and Brian Jones. There will also be a live music set and other visual delights.

The show is supporting the Terence Higgins Trust with 10% of sales from the show being donated.

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NEW RICHT PRINT – ‘Triangulars’

February 4, 2009
Triangulars

Triangulars

Hot Off The Press

It is with great pleasure that we bring to you a brand new and exclusive & very small edition print by Richt. His style with its clean lines, often depicting triangles, swans and faces, is fresh and distinctive and this hand pulled screenprint is representative of that.

Available now at www.art-el.co.uk the print is in a very limited edition of 25 with 4 hand coloured ap’s.

There’s no doubt that Richt & the ‘What’ Collective are gaining huge momentum not just in Bristol but far afield. They had their own ‘sell out cell’ at the first 12 Days of Xmas Show in 2007 and stole the show once again in 2008 with their own room, ‘Installations & General Vandalism’. They have also just closed the doors to a show at The Friend & Co Gallery in Bristol.

In 2008 Rich also painted at the second ‘Cans’ festival as well as other Summer events with the like’s of Bristol’s Community Festival and Glostonbury. Richt has also taken part in numerous group shows in both the UK & Europe.

With the ‘What’ boys also painting & creating installations for the prestigious RWA (Royal West of England Academy) as part of the groundbreaking & eagerly anticipated ‘Street Art in Bristol’ exhibition (22nd Mar – 2nd May). We will definitely be seeing a lot more of him in the future, with ’09 shaping nicely on both a personal level also with the ‘WHAT’ crew.

Richt is 27, apparently that is the time in a mans life where his metabolism slows down and he becomes fat.

Richt is watching his weight…………WHAT

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Art-el Print News

July 4, 2008

Evening all
Just to give people the heads up on a few Art-el prints that are currently available in limited numbers at www.Art-el.co.uk.

First up we have a print from the legend that is Mr Jago.

“What was to go on the canvas was not a picture but an event,” mused art critic Harold Rosenburg of Jackson Pollock some fifty years back. The same observation can just as easily be applied to Mr Jago, humanoid of the Bristol scene, and founding member of the renowned Scrawl Collective. His explosive artwork layers robotic characters with free-flowing strokes and inky splashes, instantly calling to mind the chaotic intensity of “Jack the Dripper’s” riotous screens.

 

 

 

Secondly from Brighton’s hot young thing that is Pam Glew, and her Crime Scene screen print.
Pam Glew is a contemporary British artist, working in unusual media to produce modern paintings. Manipulating images of female icons in horror films in the current “Fear series”, she plays with our notion of paranoia, attraction and the American Dream. The portraits often portray vacuous beauty, within a compellingly seductive image.
The 100 x 70cm print is a 6 colour edition (grey, white, cream, red, blue and black) the beauty of it is that the layers are translucent quite stippled, so it looks very original and has a great depth,

The grey layer is mixed very loosely with a medium which mixes when it is being printed, so the whole piece has some great movement and layers of colour add to this a final coat of “dirty varnish” which ties in all the colours together, and makes the print much richer.


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